July 10, 2022
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Nasinu signs trio to boost survival hopes

Nasinu has signed some experienced players to boost its survival chances in the Premier Division.

The bottom placed Southerners have managed to obtain the clearance of Suva duo Mohammed Shazil Ali and Kalisito Veikoka together with experienced Labasa defender Manasa Levaci.

The trio are set to feature against Nadi in their Round 12 Digicel Premier League clash today in Lautoka.

Meanwhile goalkeeper Viliame Rakuro and youngster Clarence Hussein have left Nasinu and joined Navua and Labasa for the remainder of this season.

By Reginald Chandar

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